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?about possible time distortion, not expansion veriable in the early universe?

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Has anyone looked at time dilation instead of space rapid expansion, in the early universe? I think after all if there was no time until a certain point, all the expansion previous to times emergence would look like it was infinitesimally small time? From our perspective, it would look like space expanded at a hi rate of expansion but I wonder if time is a result of the expansion coming into being after the bang instead of a cause or immediate result.  This could put a constant expansion rate instead of a variable one. even though the mesurable time apears to be billianths of a second, If no one else has done it, what would that change in the equations. outcomes, and could that be carried over to M theory?
asked Dec 13, 2014 in Physics by jimsjewlery (140 points)

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